Celebrating 30 years of production of BMW’s classic GS series of motorcycles, the Bavarian vehicle-maker revealed these limited-edition F800GS, R1200GS and R1200GS Adventure bikes.
Deus Ex Machina makes bad-ass custom versions of motorcycles, from Kawasakis to Harleys, mixing classic charm with modern flash. Based in Sydney, they have a shop in downtown L.A. too.
Stanford’s autonomous car manages to cram itself into a parallel parking space with stuntman-like skills. It might take a little paint off some bumpers, but we’d like to see you try this move.
Known for their focus on safety, Volvo invited the press to show off the new S60’s collision detection system, which automatically applies the brakes to prevent a crash. Theoretically.
This concept design for a super-luxury jet from BAE and Design Q would have comfy chairs, a white marble entryway, and a pop-out “air deck” providing an elevated view of exotic surroundings.
Ellsworth offers bicycles featuring the innovative NuVinci hub, based on Leonardo da Vinci’s original concepts. The derailleur is replaced with a series of tilting spheres to create seamless gear changes.
We’re not sure about the shoe-like footprint of the Audi EXO car when viewed from above. Andrea Mocellin’s “human-powered exoskeleton” vehicle might help Fred Flintstone’s aching feet.
BMW will build a limited edition of the Z4 sDrive35is Mille Miglia to celebrate its historic race victory, with 340hp turbocharged 3.0-liter inline 6, 7 speed dual-clutch gearbox, M aero kit and 19″ wheels.
Dassault Aviation is in the first stages of development on VSH, a new suborbital civilian spacecraft. VSH will be capable of bringing tourists to the edge of space and will fly at Mach 3.5.
The Mercedes-Benz EC145 Helicopter is inspired by their R-Class car series and can carry 8 rich and stylish people. Features include wooden floors, TV, fridge and a goodly amount of storage in the tail.
Chen Jenmiao, a 25 year-old Chinese mechanic, decided that if he couldn’t own a genuine Lambo he’d build one. $3K worth of parts and materials got a finished product with top speed of 60-90 mph.
The Marin Funeral Home in Puerto Rico made headlines after dressing up a young man’s corpse in casual wear and and then placing him atop his motorcycle instead of in a coffin.
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